The Rhythms of Life, a land art project by Andrew Rogers, saw the artist create 51 stone sculptures visible from space in 16 countries, across 7 continents. The project took 16 years to complete and is the largest contemporary land art undertaking in the world, involving over 7,500 people.
Rogers is an Australian sculptor known for open-form abstract sculptures. His work is exhibited internationally and is the subject of books and documentaries featured on Ovation, the Discovery channel, ABC and National Geographic.
Hear more about Andrew Rogers’ works and practice in a talk and video presentation by the artist.